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office. a judge today convicted john lee poland of two misdemeanors, including misconduct in office for ordering two county employees to help with his catheter bag. the judge called it outrageous and arrogant. leo poland says he is humbled by the verdict. the judge is expected to announce a sentencing date for thursday. >>> an inspiring milestone for a u.s. army veteran who had a double arm trance plant. branden will work six hours a day in rehab to regain use of his new arms and hands. the 26-year-old new yorker lost all four limbs in an explosion in iraq in 2009. back in december, a big team of surgeons at johns hopkins hospital attached his new arms. six weeks out from the surgery, brenden wheeled himself in to a room full of reporters. >> i feel like i'm getting a second chance to start over after i got hurt. so i'm excited. excited for the future and where i can go with it. >> he has big plans. he wants to drive a car again and eventually complete a marathon using an arm bike. quite an inspiration, that young man. >>> so wow! what a wild ride this week. >> it has been a wild ri
of areas that we failed up poland were still fairly limited. there was a long story by in of the new york times about how levels cause anxiety. each is written about the cleese the exposed areas and will be the most exposed to help and. the story is about high levels of anxiety and pessimism. i am not that is not correct, i am responding that is not correct with the attitude of most of the country and as it can be determined. just to end on what we are looking forward two, clearly there are two transitions coming up it. the transition from cars i led the government to somebody else. the two, the latter is the more dangerous, the more difficult, and more uncertain. i did nothing the afghan army as corn to run a way i in 2014, but it is positive that it will result of in a failed transition. i do not mean the election will be a regular, necessarily. a think a regular election can produce and unstable result. it is 8 two round system. you will have 25 candidates that until the first round and will be more than 10% of the vote. did you will have second round, none of which will have more than
. holocaust remembered stay marks the day soviet troops liberated the concentration thein poland. the public is expected to meet that -- at the hall of remembrance. >> a six-week program is open up to d.c. residents ages 14-21. you have until february 16 to submit an application. it is being held at the department of employment services for people who need help applying. go to our web site wjla.com for more information and a link to the jobs program website. >> time for us to check back in with adam caskey about when the snow is going to arrive. >> it will be mid afternoon. the time frame will be 2:00 until 9:00, but probably a little bit tighter than that once it starts. it will be a quick little hit and light in nature. here is the satellite and radar. a clear sky helped temperatures plummet into the teens. 20 at reagan national, but everybody else is in the teens. the snow is in minnesota, moving into the great lakes and scattered about and very light in nature. that is dropping to the southeast. it should affect the evening rush hour home. here is a look at the in-house computer model.
: that was poland, the first country we showed you. we'll test you throughout the hour. didn't agree with the defense cuts, but pushed them a few months ahead meaning hundreds of thousands of private sector jobs are still at risk. how will they keep the contracts? what happens? to all the companies that put in bids for contracts? we'll tell you specifically coming up on "after the bell." ♪ ♪ this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. liz: long term interest rates at record lows as fed continues the bond buys program. we have a
union and poland. in moscow, dick confronted nikita khrushchev in an exhibition of american consumer goods. pat once again had her own agenda of visiting orphanages and hospitals. he might have gotten more headlines, but pat's interaction with soviet women and children also made a lasting impression. she actually, there were all kinds of pictures offer happening out candy and bubble gum to the soviet children that made it into "life" magazine. perhaps more importantly, her pointed questions to nikita khrushchev about his wife's absence from the festivities led to mrs. khrushchev as well as the wives of other soviet officials suddenly appearing at the events during the rest of the visit. she told one reporter that she thought it helped to have a woman along on a dip romatic mission. they can -- diplomatic mission. she was overwhelmed by the outpouring of cheers that greeted the nixons as they traveled through the streets of poland. pat, who was not easily rattled, had to fight back tears according to one news account of their arrival in poland. when pat became first lady almost ten ye
, a lot out of poland, qatar airways, and united in the u.s.. it is united costly being addressed -- affected by this. freundel an's perspective, there are 800 aircraft on order of this -- from a bowling's perspective, there are 800 aircraft on order. we saw this reflected in the share price, down almost 4% today. >> wheat to the faa has said it will work with boeing to develop a corrective action plan to resume operations as quickly and safely as possible. safety really been the key word here. >> the key word as always -- they do not want these planes to be falling out of the sky or how fires on the runway. the federal administration is pledging to work with boeing and in the united states with united airways, the the operator of the planes at the moment, to work at what is going on, in particular with these lithium batteries to see whether there is a flaw or a serious fire risk spreading through the rest of the aircraft. what is not clear is what happens to the 787's operated by all the airline that does listed that are operating outside of the united states. the faa has no auth
regulators followed suit. the 787 had been about to leave chicago to return to poland. >> confirming that they have cancelled the inaugural departure from chicago to warsaw. the plane has just arrived safely, landed just now about five minutes ago. the reason for the cancellation is that both boeing and the faa had issued a recommendation to our board in warsaw to cancel the flight. >> passengers were booked on to other flights. most were unfazed. >> my husband was flying, and i really do not want to take any risk. i would rather have him fly either tomorrow or take some flight tonight by different airplane lines. >> officials have reacted swiftly to the latest incidents. wednesday, a dreamliner made an emergency landing in japan because of issues with its batteries. the grounding could prove disastrous for boeing, which has its future writing on the aircraft. the investigation could take weeks. >> for more on the business fallout of all of this, let's go to frankfurt. whenever we talk about blowing, you also have to talk about its sworn enemy. will lead to be licking its lips -- wil
. the 787 had been about to leave chicago to return to poland. >> confirming that they have cancelled the inaugural departure from chicago to warsaw. the plane has just arrived safely, landed just now about five minutes ago. the reason for the cancellation is that both boeing and the faa had issued a recommendation to our board in warsaw to cancel the flight. >> passengers were booked on to other flights. most were unfazed. >> my husband was flying, and i really do not want to take any risk. i would rather have him fly either tomorrow or take some flight tonight by different airplane lines. >> officials have reacted swiftly to the latest incidents. wednesday, a dreamliner made an emergency landing in japan because of issues with its batteries. the grounding could prove disastrous for boeing, which has its future writing on the aircraft. the investigation could take weeks. >> for more on the business fallout of all of this, let's go to frankfurt. whenever we talk about blowing, you also have to talk about its sworn enemy. will lead to be licking its lips -- will it be in jeopardy licki
and less. germany is not poland said my father. there are no contacts in berlin. >> he's a crazy man when i hear him on the radio. i can barely understand the german he's speaking he's an austrian, no, but his accent is fake. the geshel speaks perfectly. he must be the envy of singers every where. my father reached across his dinner plate and laid a hand on hers. she snatched it away. you know nothing. now you have butter on your sleeve. we neither mentioned our absent guest nor the chair awaiting her except on one occasion. father reported [inaudible] called a certain gog an a good deal. princess never spoke of money and bought paintings without inquiring about the price she left those details to her lawyer. snobby old cow is hamy father called her. i felt sorry for rose with father it was easy to make a mistake and not know it. you could sense it but not identify the crime much the second week of rose's apprenticeship the empty fourth chair disappeared. thank god you stop wearing that wretch ed clone. all my food tasted like must have beening. pity the polls they lost you. my mother sai
for the best part of the week. now we'll see snow moving right across northern germany, poland, and coming up toward the baltic states, staying mostly clear, precipitation, central locations, you will be dealing with that cooldown. out toward the east. more heavy snow for eastern turkey, although western locations looking drier now. minus 8 kiev. minus 9 in moscow. meanwhile, 7 in berlin. freezing point by the weekend. here is your extended forecast. ♪ ♪ >>> a male lesser panda has been matched with a new female friend ahead of the mating season for the mammals. the 6-year-old ken-ken arrived on wednesday in yokahama city, he's on lease from the zoo in the western prefecture of yamaguchi. handlers are hoping to help lesser panda's breed through crossover matchmaking in zoos. they've son far succeeded in breeding ken-ken three times. he's expected to mate with 12-year-old kinta, who's failed to produce offspring with her 10-year-old mate. mi. >> kinta is reaching the limit, so hopefully she can breed successfully this year. >> the mating period is january through march. >>> we'll be back i
's go over to europe. wet and windy across poland and the baltic space. we'll show you the figures in just a moment. conditions will get deteriorating across central europe. there's a new system coming in from the north. temperatures are quite warm. 12 degrees in paris and 11 degrees in london. here is the extended forecast. >> that's all for this edition of "newsline." thanks t thanks for joining us.
air in behind it. we are likely to see snow developing across parts of poland, into northern parts of germany. further south, colder air across more southeastern parts of europe, giving outbreaks of very light snow. we also have snow across parts of france in toward the alpine area. the u.k. enjoying drier weather. not particular warm, temperatures only seven degrees and londonderry but across siberia, dry and fine, a high of 10 degrees. moving into northern parts of africa, quiet weather conditions expected. in little coal on the coast of algeria. -- a little cool. germany still quite cold, just 16 degrees expected in cairo. central parts of africa, affecting southern parts of the democratic republic of condo. southern parts of africa heavy rain across angola extending across zimbabwe and in toward mozambique heavy downpours. but it looks fine from madagascar, highs of 25. >> top stories on al jazeera. a co-founder of the kurdish separatist movement pkk found dead of gunshot wounds in paris. killed inside the kurdish institute. a sri lanka in maid was beheaded in saudi arabia afte
. the russian was in third. the women's race -- poland proved unstoppable on the steep slopes. she romped home to win her fourth victory in a row. she continued her domination of the sport in recent years. behind her were two norwegians. >> russians are dominating the biathlon event in germany. there was flawless shooting in the 12.5 meter pursuit. his compatriot won the women's 10 kilometer. there were 10 shooting errors and she made it -- fell to 10th place. most of germany's football camps have headed to football camps in warmer climes. they hope to regain the bundesliga title for the first time since 2010. >> bayern munich are regulars here. it is the third time they have used the world's richest country as their training camp. it is a high-tech soccer oasis in the heart of the burning desert. >> i have been to a lot of training camps. i can honestly say the overall conditions here make this the best i have ever seen. >> the five star hotel is tucked away the lush training facilities. this is where the coach and the team kick back after a long day of training. even though they are top of t
, planning department staff to present the proposed designation for sam jordan's bar as an individual poland lark under article 10 of the planning code. at the request of the land owner the project was added to the land mark work program in 2011. at both the june and july hearing the historic commission voted unanimously in favor of the building based on its historical significance. to summarize, the build is significant for its association with the life of a person significant in our past. it is a physical location and geographic locus of the life work of sam jordan. jordan was a prominent business, political, social and cultural leader in the bayview neighborhood through the middle decades of the 20th century. sam jordan's support of african american entrepreneurship, civil rights and political involvement began before 1958 when he took ownership of the bar and remained constant until his death in 2003. his influence extended far beyond the neighborhood to include the larger sphere of san francisco. in 1963, jordan became the first african american to campaign for mayor of san francis
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on the ground capability of america. the worst thing he did was do away with the interceptor in poland. i was part of that program. we discovered in 2007 that iran would have the capability of sending over a delivery system. we saw all of our innovators were on the west coast. the president has cut that number down to 30. and knowing that you have the capability by 2015, that is the most serious thing he has done to our security. that was all in the first budget. now we're looking at the $487 billion projecting out what he has put in place. if we end up a sequestration it will double that. i agree with the secretary of defense and with all the service chiefs when they look at what is happening to obama's defense. it is devastating to our military. we have the problems that are out there. we will have to face it. he articulated the problems we have that are not being addressed because of what happened to our military. >> should we may be addressing this and whether or not we are doing things and a more intelligent fashion? are there ways we can move our resources more efficiently if the re
. it was a vicious circle. it took a worldwide explosion to break it. in 1939, german armies marched into poland, igniting world war ii. the united states vowed to stay out, but the allies needed our economic resources. what were these resources and how would we mobilize them? robert nathan was on the war production board. as early as the fall of 1940, at the advisory commission, we began to come up with bottlenecks under a total mobilization of the economy, a fully-employed economy. it was clear we needed more aluminum and would need more steel. i remember when these results came out. we told the steel industry that a fully-mobilized united states would need more steel. they said, "you're crazy! "we've gone through a decade with phenomenal portions of our steel capacity idle." during the depression, the american steel industry limped along at 20% of its capacity. by 1941, the mills were working overtime, pouring out steel for tanks, guns, and planes. we would need new steel mills, open new factories, create new jobs. the american economy had gone to war. the japanese attack on pearl harbor brou
, 1945. today exhibition remembering the russian inmates opened up at the former camp in poland. survivors of the camp took part in a memorial ceremony. >>> pope benedict marked the day of remembrance by releasing two white doves, a symbol of peace. he told the crowd the memory should be a reminder there should be no reputation of the horrors of the past. >>> new weapon system undergoes a test in southern california. >> a rock egg caring a an interruptor or gbi. it is designed to collide midair with the war ahead. there was no tornado warning net this test but they were able to practice maneuvering it. it is the first test since the first mission failed two years ago. >> packing their bags for the super bowl as they load their luggage for the flight to new orleans. we wondered about good luck charms tucked inside. what some bay area fans told us they would take. >>> we want to share a few more photos with you. the mail box is filled with fans of every age showing off their team spirit. we will try to show you as many as we can leading up to
competitions in poland, in australia. leaving for another competition in france. >> she's this good at 10? she's 20, she might be the best skier in the world. >> she's been skiing since she was 2 years old. obviously, it's her passion. >>> that's going to do it for this edition of "right this minute." we'll
from poland. guy's waiting for his bud toy come down the street to pick him up. carp's moving kind of slow. looks kind of wonky. doesn't it? >> what? >> yo what's up? >> itting loose like he wraps that car around a pole or something. the car still running, although probably a little out of line. >> is this his first car, he doesn't care about having wheels, doesn't kwhar it looks like? >> i think he just doesn't want to get rid those awesome seats. hey, buddy, i'm going to be a little late. i'll so when you i get there. >> you'll see, i'll be the one driving sideways. >> two maracas. that is not video trickery nap is actually a conjoined jeep wrangler. >> what? >> so they meld them together. this is reportedly in morocco. foreign diplomat who decided he wanted something unique. so two jeep wranglers and welded them together to create this 12-foot wide jeep. >> it doesn't even fit in the lane. like, you have to be on a four-lane road in order to drive this thing. >> how -- >> the most ridiculous car i think i've ever seen. it's wider than a hummer. >> it's kind of like a limousine,
. the about us driver, 66-year-old charles poland jr. blocked his way, refusing to let any children go. then the gunman shot poland several times, killing him. officer arrived, and said after opening fire, the suspect grabbed ethan, who had fainted, and took him to his property. neighbors described him as a loner, survivalist and antigovernment. >> he believed that government is here only to take all of our things and suppress our rights, and that, you know, government is the great satan. >> reporter: he had been scheduled to appear in court wednesday to face a charge of menacing some neighbors with a gun as they drove by his house. at candlelight vigils, prayer for ethan and the bus driver, who across the community is being hailed for his bravery. >> my gratitude goes out to him for protecting the children. he started the day as a school bug driver, and he ended as a hero. >> reporter: mourning a loss, now the wait is on for the standoff's end. >> that same pipe that police used to give the boy his medicine is also being used to communicate with the abductor. >>> let's check out stori
in london were commissioned to put together a collection of paintings for the king of poland. but at the same time the king was fighting to save poland's independence from its neighbors. he lost the battle and had to abdicate, and suddenly, a superb collection of art was left without a home. it could've been left to prominent institutions like the british museum, but that was considered too aristocratic so instead, it was left to an educational institution dulwich college. the first visitors arrived in 1817, and the first public art gallery was born. old masters, household names, hidden gems, all grace the walls. rubens, canaletto, gainsborough, rembrandt, all hang within a few feet of each other. and it wasn't just paintings that were left to the college. tucked away in a corner of the gallery is a mausoleum, containing the bones of the two men who bequeathed the collection, and one of their wives. at the time of the second world war, during the blitz, the valuable paintings were removed from the gallery, but not the bones, so when the gallery took a direc
is it going to take to actually move forward? what is it going to take, for example, to get france and poland to see consumers and moving once again? >> well, i think there are some differences country by country. france, it's a specific issue which is the tax regime needs to be clear. i think the underlying fundamentals for french companies is not that bad. in poland and the uk, i think you have more of a consumer waiting to lead, but sometimes will get better. i think lending finance plus infrastructure measures are the two that government needs to take. what more could we do to get the consumer back in a more positive frame of mind? >> you raise a very good point. george osborne and david cameron is both flying in today to davos. we hope to speak to them. we're going to get a negative picture of gdp tomorrow. that will put even more pressure on the chancellor. what does he need to do even more of? >> one of the things is to deliver some of the things that have been announced, for example, the lending scheme. maybe there are some things now that we should put the button on really just to st
said the soviets have a much better understanding of their own security, especially around poland and we do. >> if i could just interrupt. back to the details, do you think it was realistic for these two powerful nation, continental powers, each of whom had i think it's fair to say an empire, one in formal, one of the more informal or if the soviets had all these different states in the control and going to keep control of the baltic states and, of course, moving into eastern europe, was it realistic for these two powers with very different bases to really get along quite or were they really destined to have a cold war, and likely, never really a hot war? so these details are important but who knows of course where it would happen. but arguably, and stalin as you know himself, one of the heads of the french communist party told the american communist in april of 45, get ready for the wars. in effect, don't believe that the distance will last but at the same time as roosevelt was dying. if you want to comment? >> well, you're asking census of the questions about the french communis
poland, stays here. god. shut up, damn dogs. be quiet! hate those dogs. that wasn't in the crime scene photos. maybe a cable line. too big. and too high up. what happened to theookshelf that was against this wall, tammy? oh. my place. oh, yeah? yeah. i keep it for rosie. so what? ever see any bruises on toya? bruises? no, no, no. rosie never toh that girl. never. never. uh-uh. maybe one of her boyfriends did. says here you saw someone running from the building that night. yeah. black. he run and run and run. maybe he was her boyfriend. right. when pigs fly. rosie got a problem with black men? no, i got a problem. my building, my rules. okay? men at rosie's that night? yes. black in my building? no. men at rosie's? what night? the night toya falls. i hear men voices. the night she died? yeah. in and out, climb up, down the stairs. you didn't mention that two years ago. i see black run. i told about black. black did it. you see men come up in this place a lot, tammy? no. but one bedroom apartment-- come on. toya sleeps on the couch. i think. wait. rosie made her kid sleep in the living r
said bookings are solid. amazon.com says it acquired a company in poland that makes speech recognition software. >> san francisco officials are bringing back a year old program to help businesses in china town. starting this saturday, san francisco will prohibit curbside parking along five blocks of stockston street so businesses in that corridor can set up outdoor displays during weeks leading up to lunar new year to ensure safety of a large crowd of shopper that's they're expecting. >> we want pedestrians to stay within the stalk sidewalks. we'll have it care bided-sh barricaded off. >> merchants will have to get special permits and parking will be off limits between 9:00 in the morning and 7:00 at night. >> there is more still to come here tonight. just ahead, michael finney looks into whether some homeowners may have been misled about energy upgrades to home autos and mani teo about the girlfriend hoax he fell for. turns out he wasn't talking to a woman. >> another bay area resident with divided loyalty ofrtz super bowl. we'll hear from joe flako's brothe so if you have a flat tire
driver, charles poland, was shot and killed trying to protect them. >> we're just hoping for that day that we can bring the little boy home. safely to his family. >> reporter: the motive for the kidnapping is not yet clear. and aside from saying that the suspect is, quote, sleeping some, authorities are releasing very few details about this, in hopes that it all ends peacefully. diane? >> thank you so much, gio. i know you'll stay on this story. >>> and last night, we told you about a young woman in chicago. her death moved to the center of the debate about gun violence in america. hadiya pendleton, 15 years old, a majorette in her high school band, gunned down in chicago, days after taking part in the inauguration festivities. well today, a new image of the young woman emerged. and a mayor says she's taking action. abc's alex perez was there. >> reporter: it's been more than a decade since chicago has had a january this bloody. 42 murders so far this month, including 15-year-old hadiya pendleton, that standout student who performed at the president's inauguration festivities. today,
. united airlines is the only u-s carrier effected by the order. airlines in poland, japan, chile and india have done the same. the dreamliner has had many problems since july. fuel leaks, cracked engines, a damaged cockpit window and battery problems are among them. boeing 7-87 dreamliners will remain grounded in the u-s until boeing prove can their batteries are safe. >>q to number of americans seeking unemployment benefits fell to a five-year low last week. the latest sign that the job market is improving. jobless claims fell 37,000. the good news on the job front helping stocks advanced today. all trading higher. smith and wesson shares common shares surged yesterday after president obama announced that we could see gun sales continue to rise ahead of an anticipated crackdown. we are still dealing with one of the harshest flu seasons. more help may be on the way. a new flu vaccine getting fda approval for people ages 35 to 49. it eases insect cells instead. coming up next three schaumburg police officers are accused of robbing drug dealers and then selling their drugs. i ga
to remind you here that poland is grounding its 787s on the recommendations and says the delivery will depend on safety. although it expects more delivery so far right on schedule. it's a different story in south korea where there are no dreamliners in service yet. be korean air is standing by its decision to order upgraded 787s. chery kang is in seoul and joins us with the issues there now. chery, some concern although it sounds like they're still pressing forward. >> exactly. korean air is the only 787 customer here in korea. its shares were under water today, somehow reacting to that development. the airliner felt the need to explain, though, the difference between the dream liner boeing 787h model that was grounded yesterday and the model that it plans to adopt, which is a 7879. it is the official statement, korean air saying, the model is the upgraded version of the model this time. it adds by the year 2016 within korean air thinks that all the problems will be solved. it is adopting 10 aircraft of this model starting in 2016. guys, back to you. >> air india is the latest air
come with him. it's not clear why. the bus driver, 66-year-old charles poland junior refused to let any children go and when dykes shot poland multiple times killing him. as officers closed in, witnesses who shot this cell phone video say the suspect grabbed one of the children who had fainted and took the kindergartener to his property near by. the child has been identified simply by his first name, ethan. he turns 6 in a few weeks. in midland city, vigils wednesday night to pray for ethan and remember the bus driver. >> he's definitely a hero because he did everything he could to save those children. >> reporter: all of this shocking this small community in southeastern alabama. >> to think that he is holding this poor innocent little child, it just -- it is, it's inextricably overwhelming. >> reporter: court records show the suspect had a scheduled court appearance wednesday morning to face misdemeanor charges menacing a neighbor. police are not sure what role if any it may have played in a motive. savannah. >> thank you. alabama state representative steve clouse and state senator ha
in the classic film "the longest day." what they came to fight was made clear as we made our way to poland and there visited the nazi death camps. to stand in the very room where more than a million fellow human beings were mured in an attempt to annihilate the entire jewish population was sobering. to be able to sacrifice income to stop the holocaust and the insanity behind it would be a noble thing but we aren't being asked to sacrifice to mac our country stronger. we are being asked to pay more to make it weaker by making us a nation no longer focused on stopping evil and building real hope and faith for future generations, but simply spending money to give away for political paybacks and enriching the already privileged class at the very top anden slaving the dependent class at the very bottom. i'm inspired by once this country once did to stand for something. i'm just disgusted that we have now fallen for the lives and spinelessness of self-serving politicians. [applause] >> for my first guest is not one of those people about whom i have just spoken. he voted against the fiscal cliff
over from poland and live in brooklyn, new york, are just as much americans, people who came over from ireland, people who came over from italy, we're just as much americans. we live on the coast and we have a right to define the america we want to live in and we have the obligation to win politically, to vote for people to put gun control as a high priority. they put it as a number one priority. we who favor gun control put it as a 16th or 17th priority. so it's our fault, not the nra's fault. >> and the important thing of getting people like alex jones on the show is to hear him actually say that he believes president bush, the american administration under him, were responsible for 9/11, and that is why he wants americans armed, to defend themselves against that kind of murderous tyranny, and it's the most dangerous rhetoric i have heard in a very long time. >> it's very important he be exposed on your show because decent americans don't want to be associated with that kind of paranoid view of american history. they don't want to believe that our government is capable of engaging in
immediate children, you do not have to go back to ireland or poland or mexico to get the green card and apply for it, you can apply for it here and get the approval here, that way you just have to go back to your country of origin to pick it up instead of spending months there. and as we know, it's often a dangerous place to go. this will help a lot of people getting through this burdensom process. >> you took a major step, you moved to the judiciary committee, and said, we can't wait and wait and wait for immigration reform and i am finding an enthuz yam for action that i have not seen on capital hill for years. >> how do you better advocate for immigration reform from the judiciary committee? >> it's the committee of jurisdiction. i want to be there to work with my democrat and republican colleagues to make sure we foster a sense of unity and compromise and let's get it done. i want to make sure that i look people in the eye and say, look, i am not going to play politics, let's get it done. let's set the politics aside. tomb people, you know, greg every day, a thousand people get
to be flown sluice live by the 787. one was san jose to tokyo. the other, chicago to poland. so far many flights have been cancelled, leaving a lot of plans in limbo. >> i leave tomorrow or take some flight tonight by different airplane lines, then continue. >> the last time the faa grounded a plane was 199 of a tragic crash involving a dc-10. that turned out to be the fault of an airline maintenance crew. so we have to see about the boeing battery issue. >> that hurt mcdonnell douglas back then. >> like to give you a little good news. apparent good news, on the jobs front. the labor department reporting the number of americans filing for first time unemployment benefits fell last week, down by 37,000 to a total of 335,000. that the lowest level since right after the recession began five years ago. but the economists are warning the drop could be due to seasonal volatility because the numbers can actually vary from week to week in january, especially, as retailers and other companies lay off all the seasonal workers. >>> we still don't know exactly what has happened to all the american h
planes and can you see them all here. one of those carriers poland's lot airlines will go after boeing for the money it's losing in the process. official says it will not accept any more dream liners until the issue is resolved. in a statement last night, boeing's chairman and ceo wrote in part boeing is committed to supporting the f.a.a. and finding answers as quickly as possible. end quote. dan springer now with the news live in seattle not far from where teams assembled the dream liner, dan, this plane is loaded with a lot of new technology. is it not? >> it sure is, bill. it hasn't made a penny. but it's boeing showcase aircraft for sure. the 787 is the most technologically advanced and fuel efficient plane ever made. it's also supposed to provide the most comfort. it got there by using carbon composite instead of aluminum new electrical system one that generates twice as much power but weighs far less it also relies on lithium ion batteries certified by the faa but now being looked at because of these recent problems. airlines have had to cancel many flights as they scramble to fi
. and in my wife's case, they came from poland and ireland and in my case it came from places like switzerland and ireland. you can come here and learn to be be an american. but you to do that you have to learn to be an american. if you have a news media elite and entertainment only who oppose the teaching that, literally cut off lifeblood of this country. so that is the basis of what we have been doing. that is why we have an american legacy to it. several people said that if i come out here and talk about george washington, which a lot of people seems a long way off, both of the books became a "new york times" bestseller. it is actually about the 13 colonies. her mother broke her and said you should not say this is for four to eight years old. this is for four years old to 80 years old. nobody has said he the colonies, so it's brand-new information for everybody. and then she said, okay, but what you should really do in order to engage washington and the national media is applied to the fiscal cliff. i thought to myself, at the reagan library, what better place to go back to first principles
to talk to stalin, he said essentially, don't try to negotiate poland. not going to work. just back off. you're going to make more trouble for yourself getting embroiled in this whole issue. stalin is not going to do it. and of course he was right. so that's the story. >> in the pre-tv era, can you comment the public saw very little of roosevelt in a wheelchair. can you comment on what impact do you think that might've had on the hot kid was about projection to the american public at that time quite >> the fact that he was not shown in a wheelchair quiet you know, i don't know. all the newspaper people knew it and the public video that he was not all they are, but i don't know what effect that would've had. hatteberg seen them in a wheelchair? had everybody seemed hot consent is worse? i think yeah, if it ever seen hot is the way he looked a good hit of the time, they would instead get that guy out of here because he was a very, very sick man. roosevelt in the final month when he arrived at yalta, everyone commented that coming up, churchill said he is a slender contact with legs and ev
, yugoslavia, poland, plan for turning germany to cow pasture, the approval of slave labor as reparations to moscow, and the Ñ conference was a major factor, operation keelhaul which turn ñ two million anti-soviet refugees over to the soviets. those are examples and there ar others but those of the one that do know of in which perot soviet operatives within our government tilted policy in favor of communist interests. power points chambers makes over and over again in "witness" confirmed by everything i have  seen since which contributed to a very morrow's temperament and with good reason -- as john Ñ lewis gaddis pointed out these  revelations came not in the 40s 1939. the assistant secretary of çÑ state, nothing was done. in 1939, that was ignored at th time in the soviet atmosphere, no one wanted to hear such things. there was misrepresentation when the case surfaced almost a decade later. this made him extremely pessimistic and there's a kind  of pervasive sense of doom in ñ the final chapters of "witness" which was personal. a suicide attempt had been mentioned. for
to negotiate poland. it's not going to work. just back off, you know? you going to -- you're going to pick more trouble for yourself getting embroiled in this whole issue. stalin's not going to do it. and, of course, he was right. so that's the story. >> in the pre-tv era, can you comment? the public saw very little of roosevelt in a wheelchair. can you comment on what impact you think that might have had on the hopkins/roosevelt projection to the american public at that time? >> the fact that he was not shown in a wheelchair? you know, i don't know. yeah. all the newspaper people knew it. the public, you know, knew that he was, that he was not all there, but i don't know. i don't know what effect that would have had on -- had everybody seen him in a wheelchair, had everybody seen hop kips at his -- hopkins at his worst, i think they would have, yeah. had they ever seen 40 hopkins, how he looked a good deal of the time, they would have said get him out of here. because he was a very sick man. now, roosevelt in the final months, when he arrived at yalta, everyone commented that, you know, church
. ♪ >> you mentioned the freedom poland. do you remember it? >> what we did was this. as a boy, i was always upset in movies. the image of african people in hollywood prevalent. hart is putting it mildly. i was upset with african languages, what they would call african language. i wanted to put it and african language, the poem. i went to langston and the freedom poem -- which means freedom. >> with a great congo flows. it contained swahili. i went to the united nations and talk to a number of diplomats at that time. i said, how can i use one african language when there are so many languages in africa? how can i choose one? the general consensus was, you swahili. so i had this guy who was a scholar of swahili. he took langston's poem from english to keep swahili. his diction and voice was so wonderful. you can see him on the recording. >> africa where the great congo flows africa, where the whole jungle knows a new dawning breaks africa a young nation awaits, africa' >> [indiscernible] then when you got to be good aircraft, he had to make a contribution to society. >> i'm joined by the award
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